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Carnaroli Superfino Extra
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Carnaroli rice grows twice as tall as other risotto rice, making it extremely difficult to harvest. The grains must be harvested before the grains fall over under their own weight.
"Superfino Extra" refers to the processing of the rice grains. Carnaroli Superfino Extra is obtained from the best quality grains that are polished to the highest degree to ensure the integrity of the final product.
GourmetSardinia Riso Sardo is grown using the latest agrarian technology, where any imperfect grains are scanned, identified, and discarded before ever hitting the marketplace.
Ideal for risotto, Carnaroli Superfino Extra is the preferred rice in Italy for use in this classic dish because it plumps up to three times it size when cooked. The result is creamy but still al dente.
You should never rinse risotto rice-you will wash off the starch that gives it such a creamy consistency.
Use leftover Carnaroli Superfino Extra as the base for a myriad of fried dishes including the famous arancini or suppli, where balls of rice are stuffed with meat or cheese, breaded and fried.
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